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TEDWomen update: Wellesley inaugurates Dr. Paula Johnson

Congratulations to TEDWomen 2013 speaker Dr. Paula Johnson who, last Friday, was sworn in as the 14th president of Wellesley College. She is the first African-American president of the institution. Dr. Johnson is a pioneer in looking at health from a woman’s perspective. Before taking the helm at Wellesley, she was the chief of the [ … ]
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